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6:05 PM ET, March 15, 2016

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Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
New York Times changes policy on stories based on anonymous sources; must now be approved by one of three top editors  —  Tightening the Screws on Anonymous Sources  —  After two major front-page errors in a six-month period, Times editors are cracking down on the use of anonymous sources.
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Breitbart sends ‘cease and desist’ letters to former staffers  —  Breitbart is getting litigious.  —  The company sent out cease and desist letters to some of the employees who left the company in the past week, multiple sources with knowledge of the letters told POLITICO.
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Politico:
Sources: Trump campaign manager that allegedly assaulted Breitbart staffer was subject of previous complaints about inappropriate behaviour towards journalists  —  Trump campaign manager's behavior prompted staff concerns  —  Corey Lewandowski's temperament and inappropriate comments drew ire at his previous job, too.
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
Knight Foundation and USA Today Network release report on virtual reality journalism, says 2016 will be a significant year for the medium  —  Report: 2016 will be critical for growth of VR in journalism  —  A report out Sunday from the Knight Foundation and the USA Today Network says 2016 …
Emily Jane Fox / Vanity Fair:
Apple News now lets publishers of all sizes edit and deliver their stories in the Apple News format, improves statistics dashboard, and launches ad campaign  —  Apple Just Opened Up Its News App In a Big Way  —  Apple will now let individuals and independent publishers deliver content through its native news platform.
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Kif Leswing / Business Insider:
Apple News introduces ad format for sponsored posts, in line with articles, with Apple keeping 30% of revenue
Kyle Chayka / Racked:
A profile of Kinfolk, one of the last print lifestyle magazines, and an interview with Nathan Williams, its editor-in-chief  —  The Last Lifestyle Magazine  —  One evening in Hawaii in 2009, a lanky young man named Nathan Williams led his girlfriend Katie into a forest near the beach.
Denver Post:
Denver Post editor Greg Moore resigns; news director Lee Ann Colacioppo will lead newsroom during search for replacement  —  Search begins for new leader as news director Lee Ann Colacioppo takes reins of Colorado's largest newspaper  —  Denver Post editor Gregory L. Moore resigned from the paper, March 15, 2016.
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Sony to buy Michael Jackson's stake of Sony/ATV catalog for $750M  —  Sony to Pay Michael Jackson's Estate $750 Million for Stake in Music Catalog  —  Sony has agreed to pay the estate of Michael Jackson $750 million for its share of the Sony/ATV Music Publishing catalog …
Reid Nakamura / The Wrap:
Dish Sues NBCUniversal for Breach of Contract in Carriage Dispute  —  Dish Network is suing NBCUniversal for breach of contract as negotiations to renew said contract continue between the two companies.  —  “NBC's public statements against Dish over the past 24 hours are in violation …
Jessica Davies / Digiday:
Trinity Mirror plans to monetize its mobile audience through in-app ad formats, faster running sites, and location-based ads  —  How Trinity Mirror plans to close the gap in mobile  —  The number of people who view Trinity Mirror Group content exclusively on mobile has exploded in the past few years.
Discussion: Street Fight
Joe Pompeo / Politico:
At SXSW, New York Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson predicts VR could generate “significant revenue” for the paper with the right partners  —  The New York Times touts its VR operation at South by Southwest  —  AUSTIN, TEXAS—At the SXSW Interactive festival here in 2014 …
Discussion: FishbowlNY, @joepompeo and Politico
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
Taylor Swift Videos More Popular Than Most Network TV, Nielsen Numbers Show  —  TV may not be the biggest audience driver for much longer: New Nielsen research commissioned by Vevo shows that music videos from well-known artists routinely gather equal if not bigger audiences than network TV shows.
Discussion: Complex and The Wrap
Jasper Jackson / Guardian:
BBC tightens conflict of interest rules for senior executives after Alan Yentob row  —  Criticism of former creative director's role at Kids Company prompts new guidelines that include ‘potential for reputational embarrassment or damage’  —  The BBC has drawn up new guidelines designed …
 
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Hilary Milnes / Digiday:
British Vogue tests breaking fashion news alerts on WhatsApp
Discussion: The Drum and @ninatypewriter
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
New experimental bookmarking tool from Washington Post lets readers save their place when reading long stories
Discussion: @newswhip
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Sahil Patel / Digiday:
The Daily Beast is launching two Facebook live video series, with one show at noon weekdays, another weekly on Friday afternoons